I was in the garage sweeping and putting some old rugs in the yard to get some sun (hoping they may smell better, these are dog rugs!). The puppy food container needed to be refilled so I put what was left in the bag and then put the bag on the shelf (I like to use empty bags for when I work in the yard weeding, I either kneel on them or sit on them when the ground is damp). I heard a noise and the next thing I saw was half a dog in the bag! I ran and got my camera and got these photos of Winny IN the bag looking for food. Now THAT is a Kodak moment!
I do believe that Spring is my favorite time of year, the weather is not too hot yet and the wild flowers are gorgeous. It has been warm here lately, have had the windows open and wearing shorts and flip flops! A few years ago, we (or rather Greg) dug up some wild lillies that were on the side of our road and transplanted them. The “trellis” is for the wild Passion Vine that will come up later.
I transplanted these bulbs from my dad’s a few years ago after he passed away and I am not sure of the name of them. They look like tiny bells!
Planted some flowers and shrubs we bought this past weekend, Marigolds and Mexican Feather Grass. The Pansies are from the Fall and will be going away soon as they don’t like hot weather.
And I could not have gotten a better picture of the “kiddos”. Getting animals to pose is like asking a 2 year old to sit still! Say cheese!!
In the Sunday comics, Dilbert was EXACTLY how I felt about a month ago. I was going through computer issues and Googled every possible solution I could find. I was at the point of buying a new computer, but decided instead to take it to Best Buy and let them check it out. Turns out I had a bad ethernet adapter. Computers – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em!
When it is really cold outside, Greg will close the garage door just enough so the dogs can go in and out. We have a blanket that they sleep on in the garage. I was feeding the pups this morning and as I bent down to put their bowls on the floor, I noticed a pot in the driveway. I knew this wasn’t ours so I brought it inside. It apparently had beans or something stew like in it as you could see the “food rim”. The culprit – Remi of course. And she is teaching the pups some BAD habits. Klepto stikes yet again!
Wild pork and sausage on the grill! Also, Greg did jalapeno poppers for lunch that had shrimp, cream cheese and then bacon wrapped them. So good! The dogs were hanging around the grill too just, hoping, and wishing and thinking they may get a bite – NOT! Greg did give them some treats though. They are so spoiled rotten!